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BEULAH. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

BETJLAH. (Prom our Correspondent.) ■MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. The annual general meeting of the Mechanics' institute subscribers was held on Monday evening, the president, Mr. A. E. Thomas, .T.P., being in the chair. There was a good attendance. The statement of accounts showed a profit of £i20 on the year's transac* tions. A few repairs of a minor cha racter connected with the institute were passed for, execution. The elec tion of office-bearers for the new year resulted :—President, iMr. A. E. Tho mas, J.P.; vice-president, Rev. Fleis cher: secretary, Mr. C. J. Upton; treasurer, Mr. J. Kiug (all re-elected),: committee, Mr. A. H. Bodey, J.P., Mr. Howard, and IMr. Rees; auditors, Messrs. \V. Molony and .R. F. Patter son. VISITING THE seaside. It is quite probable that the number of local residents travelling to Port land by the excursion next week will be a record one, the seaside resort being in high favor this year. HEAVY loss. Mr. F. Jende had the misfortune to lose four cows by dea...

Publication Title: Warracknabeal Herald
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SWEPT BY BLIZZAR[?] THOUSANDS HOMELESS. NEW YORK, Tuesday[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

SWEPT UY niJZZ\i[[j|| THOUSANDS HOMELESS, ' ■! NEW S'OItK, T„c-. M New York 1ms been swept ijl i'.nvos, which have caused loss ai,ul entailed sevens Thousands of people arc } and are besKinj* for shelter at t nicipal lodging-houses, which a ready overcrowded. Arctic conditions prevail i ttrttain and on the continent. . Many deaths have been cangE the sudden change in the weai^f ditions.

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STRIKE DECLARED. SITUATION IN SOUTH AFRICA. MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIME[?] CAPE TOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

. STRIKE DECLAIM!II SITUATION IN SOUTH AFKi| MARTTAIi (/AAV PROC'UIVJ f CAPE TOWN, Tue* || Developments in connection ||| the Industrial situation in South A make the position more serious: U has hitherto been. g| The Trades Federation at { Town has proclaimed a general >; which was a greed to by a majority. The Transvaal trades also in favor of a strike. Ballots now being: taken in ihe* j| ous industries at Johannesburg ait pected to result in favor of; strike. 'Military'precautions are be pleted on a war scale. Even viHig! are full of armed burgher.-?. , Farmers are telegraphing to if ! cities that they are,ready to assk 'breaking the strike. The Governs fe 1 in acting in unison with Lord € | j stone, the Governor-General, wtol s | intimated that Imperial troops ttG , available if required. | The Government has taken oveii i coal supply, and its distribution to! j public will be controlled by a c tee., Food wijl be next dealt ^ ! Martial law was proclaimed at 0 I Town close on ...

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KAISER AS AXEMAN. CHOPS WOOD TO REDUCE S[?] NESS. BERLIN, 13th January [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

KATSER AS AXEHA5, ' i CHOPS WOOD TO REDUCE NESS. BERLIN, 13th Ji The Kaiser, with the approval*! physicians, is trying the ot' manual labor as a euro for A ness. In the gardens of the 1 Palace at Potsdam the Kni saws a quantity of wood and c into suitable sizes for use in s A gardener who assists his I Majesty receives the chopped u another form of wanes.

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FEDERATION WHEAT DISAPPOINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

FEDERATION WHEAT DISAP POINTING. ' Tlxe average: wheat yield this sea son in the Chiltern district has been disappointing, especially in Federation crops. Crops that were estimated at 10 bags only turned out .6 'to 1 bags. One variety of ivheat .was) an excep tion,' Currawa, a'.-.product of BooWe. Government . Experimental Farm. In 1911a local farmer:: obtained' •; one. bushel from Dookie College that yiel ded 10 bags:;,; Tills year from 11 acres he harvested. 155 bags, a splendid :sam pie of .grain. Federation, alongside only yielded; half thequantity' ;*from large areas. Mr. P. McMalion, Spring hurst, Jb harvesting 'from ■CurrawK need 13 bags per acre. In the same tocsil^C SWsratlon yi^Wa*! 8 to 9 boga

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

STAR PICTURES. There was. a* good attendance at the .Star Theatre last night, when, in ad dition • to an); attractive programme, the election results were screened for the information of patrons. , A great attraction is announced for to-morrow night, when the tHrllllng*: drama, /'Pro tea, will be presented. This is des cribed a« one of the finest productions ■ at it3«k&d yot.jihowji jR Vlcttwiavmsd , ft M s ttrii

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BRIM. EXTENSION OF PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

BRIM. (From our Correspondent.) EXTENSION OP PLATFORM. - Ae a result of the Railway Commis sioner^'ri&it about 12 months ago and the requests theft made and granted, workmen are now busy at the station mak4n& the 50 feet additional platform for goods, etc. The crane, which was In a most Inconvenient place, Is being J removed to a more suitable spot be tween the sheep yard and goods shed. A request for a new station met with the rather strange (reply, "that It would not bo granted till the station master complained." CEMETERY TRUSTEES. At a meeting of the cemetery trus tees on Monday afternoon, it was arranged to erect a new fence as soon as labor was available, the scarcity of that commodity being the cause of the work not, being done months ago. Mr. Thomas King,.senr., has kindly offer* ed to donate gate posts for the much needed fence, and his offer is thank fully accepted by the trustees. ! HORSE IN PIT. Rather a strange adventure befela horse belonging to Mr. A. ...

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TRANSPORT OF WHEAT. THE STACKS ON STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

'TRANSPORT OF WHEAT. I THE STACKS ON STATION8. I Wheat loading in the country dis tricts is still proceeding apace, and a record is ibeirig constituted in trans ferring' grain to. the seaboard.," Ac-, cording to figures supplied by . the Railway Department on Wednesday, there have been to date 2,140,708 bags of wheat loaded on trucks at the vari ous country stations since the open ing of the season on 16th December iasti as compared with 876,958 ov.er the same period last season. On Wed nesday there was approximately 1,406,326 bags stacked on stations awaiting transport, as against 372,172 on, fche same date last year. This stacked wheat includes the. following : —Donald, 25,000 bags; Litchfield, 20,000; " Watchem, '24,000; , Marnooi 16,000; Jung; 25,000; Dimboola, 14,000; Tarranyurk, 12,000; Bllaml 12,000 ; Rainbow, 14,000; Iiorijuon, .13,000; Co romby, 15,000; Minyip, 33,000; Sheep Hills, 36,000; Brim, 28,000; -Hopetoun, 20,000.

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LATE CABLES "HERALD" SPECIAL SERV[?] (PER REUTER.) JAPAN'S NAVY. £16,000,000 TO BE SPENT. TOKIO, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

LATE CABLeJ "HBKAUr SPECIAL 8gte| ft'ER HEUTER.) JAPAN'S NAYlT £16,000,000 TO BE SPen,| TOraO.Tni Tli<> Japanese Budget front j a now naval programme of £151,, 1 spread ever seven years. " s For tlio navy the appi-opri^ ] the curt-out year has been 1™, 5 by £3,500,0011, while the arm,' i has boon decreased by £ijmk I

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 16 January 1914

i BALLARAT MARKET. I Competition for cattle at tlie Bal | larat Corporation Sale Yards on Tues (day was .without animation, and va lues generally showed a Blight decline on last week's rates,1especially In the lighter wolshtB. Prime bullocks real ised from £12' to .EilS 10/,'and best cowa to £10 10/. The beat of the 40 calves forward brought £5 1!i/. For sheep quality was in demand at higher rates, but othors were slightly lower. Prime crossbred wethers fetched Ci'om 18/6 to 20/, and extra quality from 21/6 to 22/6; prime crossbred ewes, front 17/ to 18/, and extra quality I 19/ to 20/7: and best merino wethers, from 16/ to 17/6. Lambs were Isfcrlsk | demand at last, week's high rates. | Prime sold at from 17/ to 18/6, and) extra quality to 19/10. Among the j sales were—7 bullocks, Mr. P. McRae, Wallup, to £11 7/6; 54 sheep, Mr. S. Owens, Sheep Hills, crossbred owes, 18/9 to 15/8, comeback owes to 13/8, i comeback wethers 19/6 to 14/3; 93 crossbred and comeback wethers, Mr. F. McRae...

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STATE POLITICS. ATTITUDE OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

STATE POLITICS. (attitude of the government. Ml". Watt went to TaUangaUa on Saturday In order to make a pio nounceinent an to the attitude o!. tho new Government from now ° h oc n general elections to be held In Oeto be.- The deliverance was made at a ■luncheon given in honor o£ the U(in . Ing ot tliis flrst sod of the Tallangatta 1 to Cudgewa railway. ■ . ) The Premier said the result of t recent elections Indicated that the Government was worthy tion Several lessons . were taught by the rocent situation and the con tests. . The first was in; the electorate of Benambra, which had said, do not want Labor-Socialism too. Boning said—"We do not want our po litical opinions covered in moss and overgrown. We want this to bo a progressive country." And the two city electorates where Mr. and he liad to fight Jot dear -life,^ bald, "Though you bring nothing to city men, and have 110 special ofteis to make in the nature of city fact I ties, though you bring us a count, y programme pure and s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

AUCTIONS. YOUNG- BEOS., Auotlonoers, Stock and Station Agents, Land, Finance, ' and Commission Agonts, HORSHAM, NHILL, HAMILTON AND WARRACKNABEAL. Branch Offices at Ararat, Murtoa, Mlnyip, Nhlll, Rupanyup, Dimbooln, CaBtorton, Donald, Taraug, Balmoral, and Qoroke; also Wolsloy, S.A. AGENT8 FOR: — Dennys, Laucellea, Limited, Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The National Fire Insurance Co. ol New Zealand. The Ballarat Banking Co. Llmllod. '?!'a ; ' : The Australasian Mutual Llvo Stock Insurance Society Limited. And busineBB arrangements with all the leading llrms of auctioneers in New South Wales and South Australia. •Auction sales of Horses, Cattle, Sheep held at Horsham, Nhlll, Hamil ton, Murtoa, Mlnyip, Warracknabeal, Beulah, Hopetoun, Rupanyup, Donald, Dlmboola, Kanlva, Natimuk, Goroke, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavendish, Strath downle, Balmoral, Torang, and Lake Bolac. MONEY TO LEND"AT LOWEST RATES. Warra...

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The Herald THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1914. HOLIDAY SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

THE PAPER WITH THE LA RGB ST CIRCULATION. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS, WITH SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1914. HOLIDAY SEASON. A large number of people from this district are already away on holi days at the seaside and elsewhere. This week "will witness a further exo dus. A large number of tickets have been Issued in connection with the A.N.A. excursion, which' leaves War racknabeal for Melbourne this morn ing. To-morrow excursionists from Hopetoun to Lab will travel by ordin ary train, which is likely to be well patronised. On Friday, 23rd inst., a cheap excursion train will be run from Hopetoun to Portland. After the strenuous work of the harvest, farmers are glad to have a brief respite at the seaside, and Portland is every year be coming more popular as a suitable place for rest and recuperation. OPPRESSIVE DAY. A more distressing day than Sun day last has not been experienced this summer. The temperature reached 103% degrees in the shade, and the majority...

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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKETS. Wheat, 3/2^4. Flour, 13/6. Bran, 1/. Pollard, l/OVa Factory butter, 1/2. Dairy butter, 8d. Eggs, 6d. Melbourne Press Quotations:— Factory butter, 1/. Dairy butter, 9d. to 9%d. Eggs, 7Vjd. (By Wire.—Melbourne Monday.) Wheat, quiet, local 3/GI&, prompt 3/G% February delivery; oats, mil ling, 1/10; feed, 1/9.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

Whooping Cough. "My little boy had whooping cough very badly," says Mrs. A. Hendersons The People's Store, 47 Elgin Road, Mornlngton, N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and he got Immediate relief. Since then I have always kept a bottle of this won derful medicine by me, and recom mend it to everyone." Sold by Hut chinson and Co. and .1. X. .Woolcott. 8 ECRECT OF THirBALIOJ1. A SCRUTINEER FINED. A case under the Commonwealth Electoral Act was heard in the Ha milton Court on Wednesday, when C. A. N. M'Donald, scrutineer for Mr. Kodgers at the 'last election, was charged with interfering with an elector in a booth. The evidence .indi cated that the elector in question, who j was an illiterate, desired assistance, ! and that McDonald took the card from ihim, and tore it up. The police mgaistrate commented on the delay in taking proceedings. A fine of 10/, with £5 5/ costs, was imposed. A j stay of 14 da...

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MILITARY PARADES. LIST OF DRILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

MILITARY PARADES! LIST OF DRILLS. The following are the dates of parades fixed for the quarter ending, March 31st, in connection with the B Co., Warracknabeal, .7.1rd. Battalion Senior Cadets :—Weduesday. January 21, 2 p&i. (compulsory whole day) ; Tuesday, January 27, 7.30 p.m. (alter native night); Wednesday, January 28, 2 p.m. (compulsory half-day); TueS' day, February 3, 7.30 p.m. (compul* sory night); Wednesday, February 4, 2 p.m. (alternative half-day); Tues-' day, February 10, 7.30 p.m. (eomput-j sory night); Wednesday, February 11,; 2 p.m. (compulsory half-day); Tues-i day, February 17. 7.30 p.m. (coinpul-j sory night); Wednesday, February is.' 2 p.m. (alternative whole day); Tues-; day, February 24. 7.30 p.m. (compui-j sory night); Tuesday, March 3, 7.30' p.m. (compulsory night); Wednesday,! March 4, 2 p.m. (alternative half-day); j Tuesday, March 10, 7.30 p.m. (compul-j sory night);'Wednesday, March 21, 2[ p.m. (compulsory half-day); Tuesday, March 17, 7.30 p.m. (c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

MAN CUT TO PIECES. William Smith, a railway engine driver, met his death in a shocking manner on the Illawarra line, near Como. He had alighted from the en gine to put some grit on the rails, to enable the engine to climb a stifi slope •when the main train dashed past Smith was knocked down and cut to pieces. Two Doses Give Relief. "I am subject to bowel troubles which cause pain and inconvenience," writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn Road, Auburn, Vic., "but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy give immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such a safe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and al ways keep a bottle handy." Sold by Hutchinson and Co. and J. N. Wool cott.

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STABBING AFFRAY AT RUPANYUP. YOUNG MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

STABBING AFFRAY AT RUPANYUP. YOUNG MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. On Christmas night a man named John Hynes, employed as a farm hand by Mr. E. Kendall, of "Rosewell," Ru panyup, imbibed too freely during the day, and about 7 p.m. at Lawson's Ho ' tel "ran amok" and stabbed a man named Duncan Munro, employed (by i Mr. J. H. Dyer. The weapon used -was i a new pocket knife. It appears that ' Hynes had lost his hat, and in a drun i ken frenzy drew the knife, and stand' ing at the doorway of the hotel, said, "I will make the blood stream red from the first man who leaves unless • I get my hat." Duncan Munro, who ■ had just previously called at the hotel, I was the first to leave, when Hynes : said, "Don't you attempt to go, or 1 I will give it to you," and rushing at him ! stabbed several times, cutting through i coat, vest, and shirt. Munro closed i with him, when Hynes again stabbed [ him severely in the leg near the knee ! making a gash six inches long and i very deep. Another laborer named...

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DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. EXPERIMENTAL FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. EXPERIMENTAL FIELDS. The work for the month, of Decern-1 t>er at Dookie Agricultural College1 Kits mainly confined to -harvesting Dperations. Although tho general aver age returns will be good, they will not come up to expectations. The wind storms occasionally experienced during the month mitigated to some extent in obtaining full returns, espe cially in respect to the barley plots. In tho experimental fields the prin cipal has looked through about 3000 of the plots and selected plants for next season's stud sowing. A little later on other selections will be made of those varieties of wheat that show good holding powers of grain corupati ble with good harvesting qualities. The stripping and winnowing of tho drilled plots have been completed, but the yields are not yet available. The highest yield of the areas under an acre was from a Yandilla cross which gave a return at the, rate of 47 1-3 bushels per acre. Of the barleys, the highest yielder is 'Do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warracknabeal Herald — 20 January 1914

Brought to Bay Are those enemies ot olvillsatlonj Id digestion and Dyspepsia, when Di Sheldon's Digestive Taiuloe are ok nlovad. 1/6 and 2/6 per tin. Ot I talnabSo ovorywhere.

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